As an integral behind-the-scenes fixture on the L.A. postwar blues scene, pianist/arranger/A&R man Lloyd Glenn had few equals. His rolling ivories anchored many of Lowell Fulson's best waxings for Swing Time and Checker, and he scored his own major hits on Swing Time with the imaginative instrumentals Old Time Shuffle Blues in 1950 and Chica Boo the next year. Glenn was already an experienced musician when he left the Lone Star state for sunny California in 1942. His early sessions there included backing T-Bone Walker at the 1947 Capitol date that produced the guitarist's immortal Call It Stormy Monday. Glenn recorded for the first time under his own name the same year for Imperial with his band, the Joymakers, which included guitarist Gene Phillips, saxist Marshall Royal, and singer Geraldine Carter.

Massively constructed guitarist Tiny Webb introduced Glenn to Swing Time owner Jack Lauderdale in 1949, inaugurating Glenn's five-year stint as A&R man at the firm. After Swing Time's demise, the pianist moved to Aladdin Records, issuing more catchy instrumentals for Eddie Mesner's firm through 1959. There was also an isolated session for Imperial in 1962 that produced Twistville and Young Date. The pianist remained active into the '80s, often touring as Big Joe Turner's accompanist. ~ Bill Dahl, Rovi

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Lloyd Glenn - After Hours (Live video-1977)
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Old Time Shuffle - Lloyd Glenn
Lloyd Glenn Tipsy (ALADDIN 3237) (1954)
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